Litozin Double Capsule

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(Axellus – Danimarka)



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Rosa Canina Powder Contains 83.5% (4% Rosenoids Complex?), Vitamin C (Sodium-L-Ascorbate) 3%.

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1 review for Litozin Double Capsule

  1. Hasan

    Stokta Litozin double var mı, varsa fiyatı ne kadar acil?

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

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      Hello Hasan, this is WikiKenko.

      Litozin Double Capsule is a food supplement produced from carefully selected rose hip berries. The berries are grown in the pristine surroundings of Southern Chile, where they are carefully handpicked, gently dried and processed through the manufacturing process. Rose hip helps to maintain healthy and flexible joints and vitamin C contributes to normal function of bones and cartilage. The recommended daily dosage for adults is 3 capsules. You can swallow them with water or split the capsule and sprinkle it over food. It should be taken in connection with a meal. It’s always a good idea to consult with your doctor before taking any new supplements.

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